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at a sacramento bar. police arrested a married man and woman who they say was connected with the shooting. sacramento police say 36-year-old amber schultz instigated the fight and her husband was involved in the fight which led to the gun fire by another man. >>> hundreds of people gathered today to remember 19-year-old alyssa byrne who died in lake tahoe over the new year's holiday. the restaurant hosted a fundraiser in memory of the former student athlete. investigators found byrne's body along the road where they expect she died while walking back to her hotel. police say they do not suspect foul play. friends of the family say they are devastated by the loss of their only daughter. >> they are courageous in my opinion. nobody can understand what you are going through with the loss of a sibling or a child. >> alyssa byrne's brother worked at the restaurant. the family asked that the donations be made in her name. >>> a 13-year-old tourist viz tding san francisco from another country was hit by a cab last night. she was rushed to san francisco general hospital with life threatening inju
shooting at a sacramento bar. police arrested a married man and woman who say are connected to the shooting in which two people were killed and three others were wounded. sacramento police say 36-year-old amber schultz instigated a fight. her husband was involved in that fight that led to gun fire. the couple was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. >>> hundreds of people gathered today in petaluma to remember 19-year-old alyssa irn about who died in lake tahoe over to holiday. beyond the glory restaurant hosted a fundraiser in memory of the former student athlete who reportedly knew almost every one in town. investigators found byrne's body along the road in tahoe where they suspect she died while walking back to a hotel after a new years eve concert. police do not suspect foul play. friends of the family say they are devastated by the loss of their only daughter. >> they've been, from my observations, on other interviews. they are courageous in my opinion. certainly nobody could understand fully what you're going through with the loss of a sibling or child. all of our hearts here go
is licensed not just in the san francisco bay but in sacramento. areas that aren't easy to navigate. >> the dynamic area, i have great respect for the pilots. >> reporter: and they have had a few bumps, three minor incidents since 2009. incidents that resulted in kleess undercan going additional training. >> they were very minor ins tents. the first one in 2009 was a minor grounding where the ship did not even get stuck. it just brushed up against the bank in the sacramento river. >> reporter: but the latest incident is by no means minor. and now the board, the coast gua guard, and the ntsb are all trying to get to the bottom of it. >> the lessons learned business and you evaluate and go over it with a fine-toothed comb. >> reporter: and we are back here live. you can see the lights of that oil tanker. it remains anchored in the bay as investigators describe it go through it with a fine-toothed comb. now, also, the ntsb has joined the effort. they have an investigator here in the bay area working in conjunction with the coast guard. also, the coast guard tells me tonight that they c
forecast. >>> cold and rain? no. big news in the nba with the sacramento kings. plus, the warriors pull off a little afternoon delight. but all the talk is about the super bowl bound 49ers. dave long worth live from 49ers headquarters. a report on the harbaugh brothers. jim thinks the situation they're in could be a curse. that's from the xfinity sports desk next. >>> dr. martin luther king's memory and legacy rolls on, literally. hundreds of people rode the annual freedom train today. nbc bay area's joe rosato jr. showed us what made today's march even more special. >> reporter: 25 years ago as the freedom train left san jose for san francisco, 7-year-old melissa cooke was aboard with her grandmother. >> my grandmother, she's always made sure that she's kept us up to date on what's going on in the world. >> reporter: today cooke returned to the train for the first time since. she wanted to experience the celebration of martin luther king jr. as an adult while honoring her grandma. >> a lot of what she did for me, opening my eyes to the world around me made me the person i am today. >> repo
. that according to state records that show he ran aground in sacramento in a shipping channel in 2009. there was another incident at a catwalk in stockton we have heard about in 2010 according to records. a tug boat that he was sailing ran aground in richmond. but again, at this point still don't know but they're telling us that the investigation of course is well underway. that's the latest from here. reporting live on treasure island, kristi smith, nbc bay area news. >> thank you so much. the crash all too familiar after the massive costco container ship crashed into a bay bridge tower about five years ago though on a much lesser scale. that crash of course led to an environmental disaster. it smashed into the delta tower, which is located next to the echo tower which was hit yesterday. the crash spilled 53,000 gallons of oil into the bay. investigators determined the pilot was impaired by prescription drugs. he served ten months behind bars and had his pilot license revoked. >>> today an autopsy filed for a teen found dead in lake tahoe. apparently got lost on new year's eve after
. >>> and one more quick note. the warriors may have lost the game, but sacramento might be losing its team. the kings are on the block, according to mayor kevin johnson. and reports surfacing that the maloofs are close to selling the team that would move to it the pacific northwest, raj, specifically, seattle. once the supersonics, maybe the seattle kings? we'll have to wait and see. >> it would be a shame for the people of sacramento. it's a great market for the kings. thank you, scott. >> you got it. >> we're back in a moment with yoda and indiana jones. stay with us. [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! >>> well, when you think of a community park, you think of trees, walking paths and park benches. but a new park in the north bay will have a few extras. san anselmo got the green light to turn land donated by director george lucas into a downtown park. it will have a live sized statue of movie her
, you might know is about 30 miles south of sacramento on highway 99, about halfway to stockton. a suspected burglar shot kevin tonn. tonn is a 3 1/2-year veteran of the police department. and it's the first on-duty casualty since it was formed in 1946. the 35-year-old worked with his canine partner. he served as an ambassador for canine teams in northern california and in the bay area. seen in this picture. a lot of local events, tonn raised money for police dogs and getting them bulletproof vests. >>> we have information on what happened when the tanker hit the bay bridge last week. the pilot, guy cleese, made a last minute change of course. cleese had apparently planned to go between two towers in the middle of the western span. then, tried to turn the tanker to go through a different opening, causing him to hit one of the towers. it's not clear why he made that last-minute change. the coast guard and federal investigators are not commenting on this report. >>> i can't believe another human being would do something like that. >> a shop nearly cast him life. as the east bay ba
or severe weather. some periods of light rain especially during the day saturday. san francisco, sacramento, also showers in the northwest and by sunday it dives further to the south. we'll introduce showers in los angeles. but, again, not going ruin anyone's weekend. just a little bit of wet weather. >>> the top-selling song of 2012 was not "gangnam style." ♪ now you're just somebody that i used to know ♪ >> goyte's "somebody that i used to know" sold 6.8 million digital copies last year. i bought one of them. and it made it the top selling song over "call me maybe." >> after seven years of courtship george lucas is officially engaged to melody hobbson. >> bristol palin has been granted a restraining order against the man who sent her an engagement ring. >>> universal studios and warner brothers have reportedly been in talks with the tolkien estate to build a theme park. the success of harry potter has been the driving force. hopefully, the hobbits will be tall enough to get on a ride. >>> do you think we missed the latest kimye news? sources say they do not intend to get married becau
of heavier rain tomorrow. dry from sacramento to san francisco southward into l.a. enjoy that. have a completely dry day again. so paying the price. it looks like as we head towards the end of this week colder air comes in, maybe a chance of snow in some of the areas like maybe near seattle. >> let's talk football weather. >> football weather. >> in florida? >> fine. no problems. >> no forecast? >> alabama is tough. >> yeah. tough to go up against them. >> no matter how much you raise your fist. thanks. >>> a big foreclosure deal a google executive heads to north korea and job stress. everybody has it but which job has the most? britain's prince charles opens up about royal fatherhood, and his future grandchildren. his future grandchildren. >>> welcome back. syrian president bashir al assad has rejected international calls to step down. he says he'll continue his fight against rebel forces. he also prosed what he called a new peace plan that the u.s. state department said was detached from reality. >>> in a new interview britain's prince charles discussed the responsibility he feels
to oklahoma city in 2008. and now seattle may get another team. the sacramento kings are close to being sold to microsoft's steve balmer and hedge fund chris hanton. they plan to move the kings to seattle's key arena by next season. >>> dallas mavericks billionaire, the owner mark cuban has been fined for a tweet about poor efficienting. during his 13 years as an owner, the owner here, cuban, paid an estimated $2 million in nba fines. >>> and next month a rare 148-year-old baseball card might bring about $100,000 at auction. it's an original 1865 photograph of the brooklyn atlantic amateur baseball club mounted on a card. and it was found at a yard sale in maine. the only other card like it is in the library of congress. >> early today sports is brought to you by just for men, autostop, gray is over. >>> musical stairs to brighten your morning commute. who won big at the people's choice awards? and a new home for a family devastated by hurricane sandy. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back. the west coast enjoying temperatures right now mostly in the 30s. you have to
temperatures out here towards the pink that's out towards solano county. hard freeze warning for the sacramento valley, also solano county. could see upper teens to mid-20s by tomorrow morning. the culprit is a real drop in the jet stream. it's allowing this cold air which is usually damned up east of the cascades to spill all the way down into california. this pattern's going to stick around at least until about monday. notice how quickly we reach freezing in the bay area. by midnight, already in the north and east bay valleys, pretty close to 30 degrees. and then purple on the map or darker blues indicating some 20s out towards solano county, the east bay, areas south of san jose and likely north bay. look at san francisco. low to mid-30s even around the water. so mostly clear skies tonight. of course, that's going to help our temperatures to drop off. and during the day tomorrow, sunshine but it's going to be really quite cold. as you can see, our high temperatures again tomorrow, upper 40s to near 50 to wrap up the weekend. 49 around milpitas. around the east bay, highs low 50s and upper 40
, cleese ran aground, a 550-foot cargo ship in a sacramento shipping channel. and crashed a 600-foot cargo ship into a catwalk near stockton. in 2010, he was found at fault when a tugboat ran aground. a spokesperson says cleese passed an alcohol test and drug test results are pending. he is also scheduled to be interviewed by the coast guard tomorrow as this investigation continues. reporting live on treasure island, jean elle. >>> now, for some, the collision was too familiar. you may remember about five years ago, the container ship crashed into the bay bridge, in thick fog. a crash that led to an environmental disaster. here's a look at the two bridge towers involved in both of the crashes. on the left is the echo tower that raj mentioned, that was hit today. it is closest to the island. that's close to delta tower, that was hit back in 2007. that ship spilled 53,000 gallons of oil into the bay, closing local beaches and contaminating thousands of birds and wildlife. investigators determined that the pilot navigating the ship was impaired by prescription drugs. >>> ultimately, today's a
is live at the state capital in sacramento with more tonight. jodi? >> reporter: not much in the way of criticism here at the state capital. after years of budget deficits, the governor says the state is finally back on track and he says he intends to keep it that way. >> we have brought in just two years a solid and enduring budget and by god, we are going to preserve and keep it that way for years to come. >> reporter: an optimistic governor brown says california has don't impossible but must do work to make sure the state stays on solid financial ground n his 11th state of the state address the governor stressed the importance of paying down debt, building reserves and not spending money we don't have. >> it's cruel to lead people on by expanding good programs only to cut them -- cut them back when the funding disappears. this isn't progress. it's not even progressive. it's an illusion. the stop and go t, the boom and bustselves no one. we are not going back there. >> reporter: governor laid out ideas for the second half of his term, including upgrading the state's water system, i
till tomorrow morning. you can see how some of the rain has moved into sacramento and yes, snow, right now in the sierra. probably 2 to 4 inches around lake tahoe as the system moves on to northern nevada. there's not a lot of moisture to work with. this is a cold pattern for us. we get the systems that drop if out of the north. but it will toss a few showers possibly around mt. hamilton and around the coastal range into tonight and tomorrow morning. just like we saw today, mostly sunny skies. those winds will make things feel very cool out there tomorrow. highs only in the low to mid 50s. so the rainfall projections keep dialing back. it makes sense if a cold system out of the north, not a lot of moisture to work with. for the esarah, if you're heading up interstate 80 or highway 50 tomorrow, may see chain controls right around midday as the snow picks up around lunchtime. .tomorrow should see mid to upper 50s around the tri-valley. a little breezy at times, winds from 15 to 30 miles per hour. 54 in san francisco. the trend here in the seven-day forecast is the coolest day of the week
. >> the sacramento diocese that oversees the high school said it welcomes the police investigation, and will fully cooperate, they say they are offering counciling to all six boys they say were victimized and to the boy's family. no word on how long the police investigation will take. reporting live in vallejo. joed, thank you, new details tonight in the gunman hoax that shut down three school campuses in sunny vale last friday, the district attorney's office is being asked to file criminal charges, against a man who made up a story saying that he saw a gunman on campus. it was a fabrication. the schools were all locked down for hours. sunnyvale officers were called in early and kept in overtime, in addition to requesting help from neighboring police agencies. the police chief does not want to tell how much the hoax cost because he does not want to discourage others from reporting incidents. >> a few quirky fixtures meant to brighten spirits may be removed. dozens of paint today gnomes have been showing up, and they are worried that the screws for the gnomes could hurt the integrity of the poles.
. sacramento was named the permanent capitol less than a year later. were it not for the explosion, with would california's capitol building now stand in the south bay? >> it's a possibility and certainly something to ponder. >> clare's research has led santa clare a county to put up a monument to the disaster this april, a reminder of the bay area's steamboat history and the one ship that may have changed bay area history. >> this is a story that belongs to everybody. >> that monday eument is going a place that was a hub of transportation for the south bay. it's going up in april, and of course, the 160th anniversary of the disaster. >> learned so much just now. thank you, garvin. >> let's bring in jeff, we will talk about the weather and any rain in our forecast here? >> well, eventually we are going to get a little bit in here coming that way in the seven-day forecast, but for right now in the immediate, radar picture showing no rain drops. the big story continues to be the gusty winds on the coast line, 15 to 35 miles an hour. and let's go to the other story. rare january sunshine, so stro
. >> thank you, a plan to arm teachers and other staff at california schools was introduced in sacramento today by a republican aassembly man. it was proposed that they authorize school districts to use general funds to train and qualify teachers, administrators and janitors to carry concealed firearms on campus. they would be considered school martials, not unlike err mart l martials. >> more on that story, we first brought you last night, san francisco police have reopened the case of missing child kevin collins, the 10-year-old disappeared from a bus stop almost 30 years ago. now, yesterday, officers searched the home and discovered bones under a concrete floor. you see some of the clean up video here, the bones are being tested today, but the officials are saying that it looks more like animal remains. a person of interest lived in the home when kevin disappeared, but have not identified him yet or explained what led them to reexamine the home. >> the punishment for the august sixth fire at the bp refinery that gas and black smoke over several nearby neighborhoods, they said that the
the sacramento kings. contributor matt steinbach is reporting seattle in which san francisco ties will buy the kings from the family for $525 million, the highest amount ever paid for an nba team. meantime, the sacramento bee is reporting the founder of 24-hour fitness has put together a graup to buy the team and keep it in the capital city. he says they've been in touch with the maloofs. now on to the golden state warriors, back in action tonight taking on the portland trail blazers at oracle arena. that game will kick off if less than an hour. the warriors have lost two straight games. the warriors have not lost three in a row all year long. tonight's game also a homecoming for portland guard and former oakland high star david willard, are the early favorite to win the rookie of the year in the nba. >> i just got a text message from reggie miller telling me how he has been looking forward to this matchup for a long time. a very good player with a bright, bright future. and we knew it, you know, draft, and he certainly has done everything to show that everybody was right, with that assess
and sleep in public without harassment. the measure is sure to be controversial in cities like sacramento and san francisco where voters have already passed anned or against against sitting or lying on walks. >>> after decades of dominance, the curtain may soon be dropping on an illustrious era of de la sal football. the school at this hour not confirming the speculation but there's a press conference set for later on today talking about the future of de la sal football. ladouceur has a sparkling resume. 399 victories under his belt as head coach. he's held the post since 1979. >> he has to get to 400. >> you would think so. >>> christina loren, it is friday and dry outside. >> it is, but not for long. good morning to you, jon and marla. good morning to you at home. taking a live look. a little hazy here over san jose, but a crystal clear sky over that layer of haze. we're looking really good for today. temperatures are going to warm into the 60s, we're already in the 50s in some city, san francisco. warmest day of the week so far. 50 in san jose and 49 in concord this morning. we progres
, which is just outside of sacramento. police say the family's internet service was turned off at night. they say the teens wanted access, so they put a prescription sleeping medication into a milk shake to knock out the parents. the parents did knock out, but the next morning called police because they suspected they were drugs. when they tested positive, they turned the girls. in police say it's up to the d.a.'s office to decide if the crime justifies adult punishment. >>> it will be a bittersweet day back to school nearly three weeks after that heinous massacre at sandy hook elementary. students will be returning to class, but at a new location. the 400 elementary school kids will go back to school tomorrow. but in the neighboring city of monroe. the superintendent says chalk hill middle school, which was closed in 2010, has been transformed into a cheerful and nurturing environment for children who survived the unthinkable. >> it feels extremely secure there. the kind of work that has gone in. and once again, the monroe police have worked very diligently with the newtown police so w
did not even get stuck. it just brushed up against a bank in the sacramento river. >> reporter: but this latest incident is by no means minor. and now the board, the coast guard and the ntsb are all trying to get to the bottom of it. and we are back here live where you can see the oil tanker remains anchored here in the bay tonight. it's unclear how long it will be here, but most certainly during the initial stages of this investigation. now, the u.s. coast guard also confirms tonight that drug and alcohol tests were performed on the pilot. the results of the alcohol tests have come back. and we are told they came back negative. reporting live on treasure island, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> jodi, thank you. the question is fairly simple. how did this happen again? big changes were made after the tanker hit the bay bridge five years ago. most of those changes deal with where the ships can and cannot go during times of low visibility on the bay, but the bay bridge has no such restrictions. nbc bay area's arturo santiago soins joins us. what now? what changes can be
. the two same-sex couples appeared and the ninth circuit court struck it down. >>> in sacramento lawmakers returned to the capitol from holiday break. democrats are now in control of both state houses, so they'll have the votes to move legislation without gop support. capitol observers say that's likely to mean fewer deadline problems with passing the state budget. >>> and speaking of getting back to work, the san jose sharks are back on the ice. yes, the lockout is over. the deal to end the 113-day work stoppage was struck yesterday morning. the revised and shortened sharks schedule is expected to be released on wednesday. it's believed the season will start the weekend of january 19th. let's bring in nbc bay area's kris sanchez from the shark tank. a lot of happy players, fans and business owners, right? >> reporter: a lot of happiness all around, but a lot of folks feeling a little angry and frustrated still, though the sharks say they are ready to make it up to them. >> just move everything around. >> reporter: we were in the locker room as it opened to players for the first time since
they learned of the consequences in 2006 when they secretly boarded a train in sacramento with the intention of leaving the church. within 24 hours, they say the church learned of their absence and coaxed them back. >> we had two choices -- go back or be excommunicated. we decided that going back was the best. >> reporter: because you want to leave on as good a terms as possible? >> at least not be excommunicated and be disconnected from anybody we've ever known. so we go back. and sort of keep us in a dungeon, what we called the dungeon, which was the basement of that 13-story building of a windowless room. >> reporter: how many weeks are you there? >> 10, 12 weeks. >> reporter: at night, they say they were taken from the basement to dormitories. >> i sleep in a male dorm. lucy sleeps in a female dorm and there's a guard outside. >> reporter: do you know how crazy this sounds? >> i know. >> reporter: from my side of the table? >> it was crazy to us as well. why would they put a guard on me? everywhere i went, to go eat, i go into the ladies' room, the guard stands outside the door. it's all
we'll talk about coming up in sports. plus, breaking news involving the sacramento kings but it's all about the red and gold. we were on the ground in atlanta to get the best post-game interviews and we did just that. i'll tell you why the 49er ceo was a little teary-eyed after the game. >>> welcome back. ahmed fareed from the comcast newsroom. 5-0 is the record in super bowl in history. but when it started it looked like they might not get a chance to defend that perfect record. this is why, colin kaepernick leading the 49ers but it was matt ryan who stole the show early on. pick it up in the second quarter. atlanta already up by ten. check out the throw to julio jones and tapping the feet. got them both down. got three feet down. 17-0, falcons. jim harbaugh not feeling good. he felt better after this, though. fourth quarter, took the lead. 49ers up by four. last chance for the falcons. fourth and four. bowman knocking it away. 49ers win, 28-24. they're going to the super bowl. >> feels pretty darn good. feels pretty darn good. again, thank you to our players and coaches for making t
, the warner brothers. the induction ceremony will be in sacramento, california's museum this march. the notre dame player at the center of a girlfriend hoax sheds light on what's become one of the strangest stories. manti manti te'o admits he wasn't truthful. >> this kid and subsequent lives. >> it's an investigative unit exclusive. thrill seekers and most resorts have them but terrain parks built without safety in mind? ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. >>> i want to get back to the breaking news. dramatic pictures, oakland fire department putting out a fire near downtown oakland. this is a three story vacant building we believe on harrison street. fire officials now say there is an injury that has been reported but they aren't elaborating on the seriousness of that injury. we don't know how the fire started or the circumstances surrounding it. the flames did break out about an hour ago, about 5:30 on a house on harrison s
-mails. the sacramento diocese which oversees st. patrick and st. vincent high school says they became aware of the allegations just before the christmas break and launched their investigation when students returned to school this month. and what they uncovered is troubling. they say a series of hazing incidents between varsity football players and jv football players took place in the school locker room during practice last football season. they would not tell us exactly what that hazing entailed but, they say, it was inappropriate and abusive behavior. >> it sort of crossed the line. it wasn't something you could write off and dismiss as boys being boys. it was a serious transgression. >> it's upsetting that it happened. it's upsetting that it happens anywhere and i am surprised. i'm not surprised they are takinging care of it. >> i think it should be addressed, absolutely. it's nothing i can't do and half the men watching tv if you see this silly article. it was kid stuff. it was football stuff. it was man stuff. it ain't right. it wasn't nasty, though. >> reporter: mixed reaction as you
for their departments at an hour ly wage. "the sacramento bee" reporting several held more than one state position. these workers included salaried managers who are not eligible for overtime. they have come under fire for paying hourly wages to salaried employees for customer service and various computer work. no new appointments will be allowed until an investigation into this practice is complete. >>> facebook just got a lot more profitable thanks to all of you facebooking from your mobile devices. nbc bay area's business and tech reporter scott budman has the lowdown on today's numbers and the newest smartphone. >> reporter: more growth, more hiring and a jump in earnings. that's the message from facebook ceo mark zuckerberg today as his company reported quarterly profit numbers that came in ahead of what wall street expected. facebook earning the biggest revenue jump from mobile customers who are joining facebook in a rapid clip. mobile ads starting to bring in lots of dollars for facebook and that's what investors want to hear. zuckerberg also says facebook will hire quickly in 2013 to contin
help actually reduce crime? an eye raising report by "the sacramento bee" found californians have purchased millions of guns over the last decade. at the same time gun related injuries and deaths have dropped. in tonight's reality check, sam brock goes behind the numbers to see if there's really a relationship between increased gun ownership and lower crime. >> jessica, it's an argument that has been made for years now. it's come back to light in newtown, armed with well intentions and everybody is safe, so the logic goes. inc california we had our lowes homicide rate in 45 years in 2011. gun sales reached a 20-year high. while the two statements are 100% fact, they hard ly tell th entire picture. as you probably know, firearm sales across the country have spiked. the trend that's been playing out in california the last three years where sales have been climbing but over the last decade it turns out californians have purchased fewer guns than they did in the decade prior to that. according to the doj california averaged 406,000 gun sales annually between 2002 and 2011 compared wit
along with two other suspects, 21 ye-year-old sacramento and 26-year-old lucas anderson, a transient from san jose. all three have prior felony convictions for residential burglary, though the district attorney's office won't say if theft was the motive. >> i can't reveal the information contained therein. >> reporter: i was told little more except there are likely other suspects. one might be the man described as a thin, hispanic white man between 23 and 26 years old with plaque hair. the da's office won't say how they are connected to raven dixon of alameda. she is a prostitute who is charged as an accessory to murder with a gang enhancement. i talked with the santa clara county medical examiner's office and they say even now, a month after robby kumra was killed, there's still no clear cause of death. they are awaiting the results of several tests. all three suspected killers are due pack in court later this week. one will be in court tomorrow, the other two will appear before a judge on friday. reporting live in san jose, kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >> now to a follow-up sto
project underneath the sacramento san joaquin delta that would transport water from the north to the southern portions of the state and restore thousands of acres of delta habitat. the governor compared the project's cost to the olympics. >> olympics lasted a short while and cost $14 billion, about the same cost of this project, but this project will serve californians for hundreds of years. >> the problem here is that few estimates put the tunnel proposal at $14 billion. a report published a few months ago by econ northwest, an independent economic consulting group based out of state, put the project's low cost scenario at $21 billion with a high cost scenario approaching 70 billion. we spoke with nick de coachchy, member of an environmental water caucus representing dozens of environmental groups about the project's true costs. >> we estimate the total cost to recover the delta, including the tunnels, is somewhere between $50 billion and $60 billion. billion, b as in boy. >> and questionable numbers don't just apply to the water tunnel project. brown also told californians t
. meanwhile, the sacramento diocese, which oversees this school says they welcome the police investigation and plan to fully cooperate. they also say they are offering counseling to all six of the victims and their families. reporting live in vallejo, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, jodi. >>> the drivers who turned an east bay freeway into a sideshow venue in the middle of the day. a look at the evidence left behind. you can see tire marks after several drivers decided to begin doing burnouts on northbound 880 near the coliseum. this not happening for several minutes cars spun and circled blocking all lanes of northbound 880 while other spectators just recorded the chaos on their phone. the video ultimate ly surfaced n youtube. chp investigators say the act was so brazen and dangerous that the community has a responsibility to let anyone know it cannot happen again. >> the airport, hospital, people need to get to places, both way of the freeway blocked. it's extremely important people don't think it's fun, that it's not funny. you have a lot of people who have affected
with the archdiocese of sacramento even though cervone didn't know about the hazing when it was happening he was in charge and is being held responsible. >> i had no participation in the hazing incidents, the fact that we're responsible for the team, led us to make that decision. >> the school said no criminal charges have been filed at this point but vallejo police are ware of the incidents. >>> coming up on "today in the bay" the 49ers head to the big easy tomorrow afternoon to gear up for that historic battle in super bowl xlvii. we'll tell you how you may be able to get your hands on the pair of tickets to the big game for free. we're listening. that and all of the day's news coming up at 7:00. more local news in just 30 minutes. >>> welcome back to "today," saturday morning, the 26th day of january, 2013. my oldest son's birthday. cold weather couldn't keep this crowd from coming out on the plaza as they say hello to friends and family. our thanks to them for spending part of their saturday with us. tell you how long these frigid temperatures will last in a moment. lester holt here alon
is sure to be controversial in cities such as sacramento and san francisco where voters have already passed an ordinance against sitting or lying on sidewalks. >>> christina loren is tracking the friday forecast for us. >> good morning to you, marla, good morning to you at home. highs in the 60s. 62 in livermore, 62 in gilroy. as we get into your weekend overnight saturday to sunday we should clear out by sunday afternoon. >>> back now with more of "today" on this friday morning, the 4th day of january, 2013. a crisp, sunny day here in midtown manhattan. nice to spend it outside on the plaza on a friday. inside studio 1a i'm willie geist along with al roker and kit hoover from access hollywood. >> everything is backwards, like i'm sitting here with y'all. >> you don't want to go back to billy, do you? >> i'm not going anywhere. >> you're going to host with me. >> doing a little give and take. >> yeah. >> what else is coming up this half hour? >>> new year's resolutions, getting on budget or getting in shape. it could cost more than you think. we have some reasonable solutions. >>> no
ship aground in the sacramento shipping channel and crashed a cargo ship into a catwalk near stockton in 2010. he was found at fault when a tug boat he was sailing ran aground in richmond inner harbor. right now let's get a check on the tuesday forecast. christina loren here just a lot of fog. >> someone turned the fog machine on this morning. good morning to you, jon. good morning to you at home. hard to believe but this is actually 280 in san jose now santana row. people having to slow down because of the thick fog. quarter of a mile visibility in concord. half mile in livermore and in san jose above a mile and a quarter but still you saw what that looks like. give yourself extra time. travel cautiously. look at how we finish the day. upper 60s. 65 degrees in san jose today. we're going to drop off tomorrow. enjoy the 60s while they last. let's check that drive with mike. >> this bay bridge toll plaza will get more crowded. because of the traffic heading up there on 880 look at the map and we see the backup that forms because of that disabled bus we've been talking about for the las
. coming up on our 11:00 newscast, we'll have a live report from sacramento, one to watch. >>> also watching the forecast. we'll leave that to meteorologist christina loren. >> hey, good morning to you, laura. good morning to you at home. unsettled weather the next few days means you might get caught under a light shower or two but we're not expecting anything heavy. don't cancel your outdoor plans, just count on slick conditions for the morning drive. tomorrow morning we'll see a few more showers and clear you out at the start of next week. hope you have a fantastic day. >>> back with more on today on this thursday morning, the 24th day of january, 2013. nice to see heart and souls out there on the plaza braving another cold day. mostly jason kennedy. >> the fan club. >> exactly. >> so nice. >> three who showed up. inside studio 1a i am willie geist with savannah, al, and natalie morales. right to today's take 3. take one, hillary clinton on capitol hill yesterday testifying before air senate panel about the attacks in benghazi, libya, september 11th of this year, highly charged af
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